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Higher Level Thinking Reading Comprehension Cards

Higher Level Thinking Reading Comprehension Cards
Higher Level Thinking Reading Comprehension Cards
Higher Level Thinking Reading Comprehension Cards
Higher Level Thinking Reading Comprehension Cards
Higher Level Thinking Reading Comprehension Cards
Higher Level Thinking Reading Comprehension Cards
Higher Level Thinking Reading Comprehension Cards
Higher Level Thinking Reading Comprehension Cards
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This pack contains 115 text dependent, reader response questions to monitor comprehension while reading any book. Questions are written to support close reading strategies as outlined by the Common Core. The questions are broken into 21 categories based on the type of reading skill being assessed. Teachers may choose to use a mixture of questions while working with text, while others may choose to focus on one particular reading skill. Questions are provided for the following reading topics…

Book Facts, Author’s Purpose, Identifying Genre, Narrative Elements, Asking Questions, Determining Sequence, Problem and Solution, Point of View, Character Analysis, Cause and Effect, Compare and Contrast, Making Inferences, Main Idea, Summarizing, Text Connections, Identifying Theme, Figurative Language, Vocabulary, Nonfiction, Nonfiction Text Features, Nonfiction Text Structure

Ideas to Use the Questions in Your Classroom:

• Answer questions verbally or keep track in a journal
• Use during whole group, small group, literature circles, or guided reading
• Assign questions to small groups of students, discuss, and share
• Use a Jigsaw strategy to discuss question responses
• Assign one or two questions to answer for homework
• Use as question stems to create your own assessments
• Use as focus questions or essential questions in lesson planning
• Use questions as a bell ringer to begin class discussions
• Keep questions on a metal ring based on reading skill
• Place desired questions in a container and pull out questions at “random”
• Place desired questions face down on a table and let students pick their question
• Display questions on a reading focus wall


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Total Pages
20 pages
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Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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